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Top Anthony Rendon News

  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Getting breather Wednesday

    Rendon is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Mariners.

    Rendon appears to be receiving a rest day while the Angels wrap up their series in Seattle with an afternoon game. Willie Calhoun will step in as the Halos' designated hitter in place of Rendon, who had started each of the first five games out of the All-Star break while going 4-for-22 with one walk, one stolen base, two RBI and one run.

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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Records steal in win

    Rendon went 1-for-4 with a walk and a stolen base in Monday's 3-1 win over the Mariners.

    The steal was Rendon's first in 11 games since he returned from a hamstring injury. The third baseman has been mediocre in that span, batting .195 (8-for-41) with three RBI and two doubles while mainly hitting out of the leadoff spot. For the season, he's at a .241/.302/.284 slash line with no home runs, four steals, six RBI, 12 runs scored and five doubles over 30 games.

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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Getting rest Sunday

    Rendon is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Mariners.

    For the first time since he returned Monday following a 68-game stay on the injured list due to a strained hamstring, Rendon will hit the bench. Rendon served as the Angels' leadoff man each of the last six games while making three starts apiece at designated hitter and third base, going 4-for-23 with two doubles, three walks, two runs and one RBI.

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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Plates run in return

    Rendon went 1-for-4 with an RBI in Monday's loss to Texas.

    Rendon returned from a stint on the 60-day injured list due to a torn hamstring and batted leadoff while playing third base. The veteran didn't appear to have any lingering effects of the injury and plated his team's final run with a single in the seventh inning. Rendon is expected to be a near-everyday part of Los Angeles' lineup moving forward, though he may see some starts at DH to help him ease back into action after the long layoff.

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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Activated from 60-day IL

    The Angels activated Rendon (hamstring) from the 60-day injured list Monday.

    Rendon has been sidelined since late April with a torn left hamstring but convinced the Angels he was ready by facing some live pitching and working out. He skipped a rehab assignment, so rust is likely a given that he hasn't played a game in 11 weeks. Rendon could be eased into everyday playing time but eventually will be a regular between designated hitter and/or third base. He is leading off and playing third base Monday versus the Rangers in his return to action.

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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Could return Monday

    Rendon (hamstring) said Sunday that he could be reinstated from the 60-day injured list for Monday's series opener against the Rangers, Rhett Bollinger of reports.

    The 34-year-old faced live pitching Friday and Saturday, and he appears set to rejoin the Angels without embarking on a minor-league rehab assignment. Rendon has been on the shelf since April 21 due to a partial high-grade hamstring tear, and manager Ron Washington plans to alternate the veteran's playing time between designated hitter and third base until he's ready for everyday action in the field.

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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Could return next week

    Rendon (hamstring) is expected to take live batting practice this weekend and could be activated from the injured list as soon as July 8, per

    Rendon hasn't played in a game since straining his left hamstring April 20, but he's recently ramped up his participation in baseball activities and is on the verge of batting against live pitching. The veteran third baseman previously indicated that he was considering agreeing to a minor-league rehab assignment, but it now appears that a rehab stint will be bypassed. Given the amount of time Rendon has been out, the Angels may elect to work him back into the lineup at a careful pace upon his return. However, the team may be in need of reinforcement at third base if Luis Rengifo's wrist injury is more than minor.

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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Set to face live pitching

    Rendon (hamstring) will face live pitching next Thursday or Friday and could return from the 60-day injured list July 8 versus Texas, Michael Huntley of reports.

    Rendon has been participating in a variety of baseball activities -- including taking grounders, batting in the cage and running the bases -- so taking swings against live pitching is the logical next step in his quest to return from a left hamstring strain. Angels manager Ron Washington indicated Friday that he hopes the veteran third baseman can return for the beginning of a home series against the Rangers that kicks off July 8, though that date is certainly not set in stone. Rendon recently indicated that he's considering agreeing to a rehab assignment ahead of his return, but it doesn't appear he's made a decision on that topic at this point.

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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Mulling rehab assignment

    Rendon (hamstring) said Wednesday that he's "definitely close" and is still deciding whether to go out on a rehab assignment, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.

    A rehab assignment would be sensible, considering he's missed two months of action with a high-grade partial tear of his left hamstring. Rendon said that he's open to the possibility of playing rehab games before coming off the 60-day injured list, though the Angels can't force him to do so. Either way, the veteran third baseman should be clear to play in games soon if he's able to sprint on consecutive days without issue.

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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Progressing toward live swings

    Rendon (hamstring) is expected to start facing live pitching by this weekend, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.

    The veteran third baseman started up baseball activities in early June and is nearing full baseball activities as he continues to work his way back from a strained left hamstring. Rendon will likely require a minor-league rehab assignment before rejoining the Angels, so a return shouldn't be expected in the immediate future.

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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Advances to running bases

    Rendon (hamstring) was cleared to run the bases Monday, Rhett Bollinger of reports.

    Rendon continues to take steps forward in his rehab, and Bollinger notes that Monday's workout is the first time he's been given the green light to circle the bases since suffering a left hamstring strain. The 34-year-old remains without a firm timeline for a return, though the club should have an idea of what his minor-league rehab assignment will look like in the near future.

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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Increases activities Friday

    Rendon (hamstring) took grounders, hit and ran Friday, per

    Rendon continues to ramp up as he attempts to return to action after being diagnosed with a high-grade partial tear of his left hamstring in late April. The veteran third baseman's next step in his rehab is expected to include cutting while running as part of his agility drills. If Rendon continues to make progress, he could be activated from the injured list in early-to-mid July.

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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Continuing ramp-up process

    Angels manager Ron Washington said Tuesday that Rendon (hamstring) was scheduled to field more grounders to his left and right this week before resuming running drills, reports.

    It's not clear how Rendon responded to incorporating more lateral movement into his fielding work, but the 34-year-old generally looks to be trending in the right direction as he works his way back from the left hamstring strain that has kept him out since April 20. He remains without a clear target date for a return from the 60-day IL, but if he's able to increase his running work in the coming days, the Angels could begin the process of outlining a minor-league rehab assignment for the veteran third baseman.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-1, 200 lbs
Birthplace: Houston, TX
Age: 34
School: Rice
Experience: 11
Bats/Throws: R, R